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Here's a first look at the upcoming Mojo cover on Jimmy:

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Nevermind - saw you reposted in a separate thread.

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Very strange Sam but nothing shows up except the word posted image - don't know if it's just me or not!

Same here, no photo.

Edited to say: There is a jpg photo in the "JP - Mojo Upcoming Cover Story" thread. It looks great! Can't wait to read it!

Thanks Sam! smile.gif

Looks like the problem is fixed! Thanks, again!

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http://www.nytimes.com/2009/12/27/books/review/Moody-t.html

I haven't read Wall's book, is it really all about the scandals and very little about the music? If so, I appreciate the reviewers point in the last two paragraphs, but why does he bring up the same old stories again? Is it me or are we becoming more prudish?

Hello Janet!

I have not starting reading this one yet. I am close to a complete read of Cross's -Shadows Taller Than Our Souls. As soon as I am done with that one I will start on this one and get back to you. :book:

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Hello Janet!

I have not starting reading this one yet. I am close to a complete read of Cross's -Shadows Taller Than Our Souls. As soon as I am done with that one I will start on this one and get back to you. :book:

Thanks i look forward to hearing Your opinion.

I'm typing this on an iPod so excuse the spelling.

I am in New York, just saw the building on the Cover of physical Graffiti today!

Very cool!

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Has anyone bought or read this?

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Just wondering if it's any good. Looks quite smart, i like all the pully-outy bits and thought it might make a nice Christmas present.

Hello Mr E,

I just did the complete read and as a long time time fan, nothing new. The photos are great and the press releases, pull outs, etc are nice. But I was not overly impressed.

In the preface he did state that the best way to experience the book would be to play the corresponding album while reading each chapter. And he did have a great take on the media's response to LZ. However, there were a few comments that did not need to be part of the book.

My next read is When Giants Walked The Earth by Mick Wall. :book:

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Has anyone bought or read this?

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Just wondering if it's any good. Looks quite smart, i like all the pully-outy bits and thought it might make a nice Christmas present.

Just bought this book on Monday, it was 1/2 off at Barnes and Nobel so I decided to go ahead and purchase it due to that. Haven't started reading it yet, right now I am re-reading Mick Wall's WGWTE book. I have heard Shadows doesn't have much new stuff in it that most of us Zep fans don't already know but went ahead and bought it anyways.

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I finally filled in some gaps in the bookshelf section of the collection. In addition to picking up Mick Wall's book, Alan Clayson's Origin's book, I also picked up these three books:

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Robert

www.behindthetoys.com

Almost bought the LZ Illustrated bio book yesterday but ended up buying the LZ Philosophy one instead. Looks like I will be busy reading about Zep in the new year! I am re-reading Mick Wall's book right now and then have the Shadows Taller Than Our Souls book and the LZ Philosophy book to read after that!

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i have that hanging in a frame in my music room. no lie

Speaking from experience, I'm telling you it's an illness and that's an early symptom. wink.gif

If you should you wish to collect every magazine with with a photo of Led Zeppelin/related on the cover, these are the confirmed figures I'm aware of:

1964-1969: 5

1970-1979: 340

1980-1989: 256

1990-1999: 391

19??-20??: 17

2000-2009: 273

2010: 3

Total: 1,285

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i cancelled my subscription to that magazine. of course the next issue after i cancel, TCV. typical. awesome band btw

That issue was only published in Australia so you would not have received it as a US-based subscriber anyway.

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Speaking from experience, I'm telling you it's an illness and that's an early symptom. wink.gif

If you should you wish to collect every magazine with with a photo of Led Zeppelin/related on the cover, these are the confirmed figures I'm aware of:

1964-1969: 5

1970-1979: 340

1980-1989: 256

1990-1999: 391

19??-20??: 17

2000-2009: 273

2010: 3

Total: 1,285

wow. i just wanted the 40th Anniversary anyway

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Premier Guitar January 2010 (USA)

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Contains a favorable book review of 'Led Zeppelin - Good Times Bad Times: A Visual Biography of the Ultimate Band', a

pin-up of Jimmy Page performing with a doubleneck guitar in 1975, the cover story, 'Those Daring Young Men and Their Doubleneck Guitars' A brief history of multi-neck players by Bob Cianci, which includes Jimmy Page, and 'Two Necks Are Better Than One' A brief history of multi-neck guitars by Wallace Marx Jr, which includes Page and John Paul Jones.

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Hello Mr E,

I just did the complete read and as a long time time fan, nothing new. The photos are great and the press releases, pull outs, etc are nice. But I was not overly impressed.

In the preface he did state that the best way to experience the book would be to play the corresponding album while reading each chapter. And he did have a great take on the media's response to LZ. However, there were a few comments that did not need to be part of the book.

My next read is When Giants Walked The Earth by Mick Wall. :book:

If you get a chance, read Steve Sauer's review of Cross' book. He found it riddled with factual errors.

Meg

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If you get a chance, read Steve Sauer's review of Cross' book. He found it riddled with factual errors.

Meg

Will do, thanks for the response Meg.

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Hello Mr E,

I just did the complete read and as a long time time fan, nothing new. The photos are great and the press releases, pull outs, etc are nice. But I was not overly impressed.

In the preface he did state that the best way to experience the book would be to play the corresponding album while reading each chapter. And he did have a great take on the media's response to LZ. However, there were a few comments that did not need to be part of the book.

My next read is When Giants Walked The Earth by Mick Wall. :book:

Thanks, Deborah. I've read it myself now and I agree. It's not a bad book - I like all the pictures and pull-out bits of memorabilia but there was nothing new really. Considering it was supposed to be about the music I thought it could have gone into much more detail about the making of each song.

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Thanks, Deborah. I've read it myself now and I agree. It's not a bad book - I like all the pictures and pull-out bits of memorabilia but there was nothing new really. Considering it was supposed to be about the music I thought it could have gone into much more detail about the making of each song.

I am about 1/4 the way through When Giants Walked The Earth...and this is not thrilling me either..Stay tuned and when I am done I will post my opinion on this one as well.

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I read an interview with Mick Wall about When Giants... and his answers were, "It's in the book".

Personally, I choose not to read any Led Zep book until the band release one. Jimmy Page is in Mojo this month, and we all know about his new photoautobiography; but he also said about releasing a posthumous book, but I hope thats not for another 66 years :P

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I read an interview with Mick Wall about When Giants... and his answers were, "It's in the book".

Personally, I choose not to read any Led Zep book until the band release one. Jimmy Page is in Mojo this month, and we all know about his new photoautobiography; but he also said about releasing a posthumous book, but I hope thats not for another 66 years :P

Well, if we have to wait, we have to wait. I want Jimmy around for a long time.

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Rave January 19-25, 2010 (Brisbane, Australia)

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Article: "Scavenger Hunt" Secrets don't stay secrets for very long these days, but Josh Homme and his cock rock supergroup Them Crooked Vultures kept it going longer than most Rave heard sounds that we may never recover from

Full page concert advertisement: Riverstage in Brisbane on January 25, 2010

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